Alabama quarterback Mac Jones gives off an impression of being on the New England Patriots’ radar. Subsequent to having a decent discussion with the association a month ago and knocking some people’s socks off at the Senior Bowl, Jones surely benefited as much as possible from this previous week.
Jones appears as though he’s in the mix to go in the first round, possibly to New England at 15th overall — or maybe considerably higher. In spite of the fact that he’s not the sort of mobile quarterback that is famous in the present NFL, he had a stellar 2020 season as a pocket passer, with a 77.4 completion percentage, 4,500 passing yards, 41 touchdowns and four interceptions.
Showing up on Good Morning Football with Peter Schrager on Wednesday, Jones had a fascinating answer when inquired as to whether he had heard any gossipy tidbits about being on the Patriots radar.
Albeit not actually a solid answer, it gives some knowledge into the associations the Patriots have with Alabama. As New England searches for its franchise quarterback, Jones could be a possibility for New England.
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